National Geographic Society, 9781426201479, 271pp.
Publication Date: October 1, 2007
With its historic cities, rolling mountains, villages, and rejuvenating spas, Romania is realizing its appeal as a travel destination. National Geographic's all-new Traveler guide explores every region of this intriguing country, from Bucharest to Oltenia and its painted monasteries to the Apuseni Mountains, celebrated for their limestone formations and underground rivers, to Transylvania's medieval towns. Each guidebook in this series details how to get around and what not to miss... the most gracious hotels and recommended restaurants... the best spots for festivals, wildlife watching, water sports, and more--all presented with the reliable reporting and magnificent photos and maps that are the hallmarks of National Geographic.
About the Author
Caroline Juler is a writer and an artist. She first visited Romania in 1993 on the trail of a performance art festival in the Carpathian Mountains. After falling in love with the country, Juler has been back once or twice every year since then. She is the author of Searching for Sarmizegetusa.